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What is Electronic Warfare

Real-Time and Retrospective Analyses of Cyber Security
The use of passive or active capabilities to interfere, deflect, or deny the enemy’s use of electromagnetic spectrum segments in order to impede an aggressor’s use of energy emitters or signal emanations.
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A Geo-Political Analysis
Copyright: © 2021 |Pages: 35
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-3979-8.ch005
Chapter 5 examines issues currently being encountered in the Middle East that demonstrate a cross-over between electronic warfare and cyber-warfare activities, affecting not only typical targets over the internet but also ships, aircraft, and unmanned aerial vehicles during the second decade of the new millennium. This overview provides examples of how cyber-warfare techniques are now being used in the battle space domain to affect geo-political situations within regions. The evidence shows how the cyber domain can influence real-life situations, taking its capabilities progressively just that one step further to hacker and state-sponsored cyber-attacks already witnessed against ICS cyber-physical assets. The viewpoint here draws upon historical stimuli and escalating political tensions now being encountered by opposing nations that could have a wider reaching impact.
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The Impact of IoT on Information Warfare
Denying adversary use of the electromagnetic spectrum while protecting one’s own activities in the spectrum.
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